Internal Medicine Division

Premier Medical Group is proud to announce that Dr. Sunhee Woo and Dr. David Cho will be joining our group

Dr. Woo & Dr. Cho are board certified in Internal Medicine and have been practicing in the Hudson Valley for 20 years. They will be seeing patients, starting January, 16, 2018 at their new, convenient Poughkeepsie locations. Accepting new patients, Call today to schedule your appointment! David Cho. M.D., FACP Premier Medical Group 243 North...
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New Year, Healthier You:  Weight Loss Is a High Priority

Obesity is a global epidemic. Nearly 35 percent (78.6 million) of American adults now suffer from obesity, according to a 2014 study by the U.S. Centers of Disease Control.   “It is extremely important that we help our patients to address their weight  issues successfully,” says Dr. Chinyere Ofonagoro of Premier’s Internal Medicine  Division. “Overweight...
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Zika Virus: What You Need to Know

Over the past year, news reports have called attention to the growing global health concern caused by the Zika virus. In 2015, the virus appeared in Brazil and has rapidly spread through much of Central and South America. The mosquito-borne virus was first discovered in 1947, in the Zika Forest of Uganda. “For most people, Zika...
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Premier Medical Group Welcomes Dr. Clement Landanno– Board Certified Family Practitioner

  Dr. Landanno specializes in Family Medicine and practices out of Premier’s Fishkill – Internal Medicine office.   He earned his medical degree from SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY where he also completed his residency. Dr. Landanno specializes in comprehensive family care, including preventive medicine and treatment of acute illness and chronic medical conditions.  He is a Fellow...
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Cholesterol Management and Prevention: The truth behind the numbers

Cholesterol isn’t just a topic for those over the age of 50. While the build-up of plaque within the arteries is a fairly common indication of the aging process, these consequences can be prevented earlier on in life therefore reducing the risk for heart disease, which causes 1 in 4 deaths in the United States...
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Dealing with COPD in Winter

The cold weather is beginning to settle in over the Hudson Valley. While frigid temperatures may be merely uncomfortable for most of us, the cold can be dangerous for people suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The two main conditions associated with COPD are emphysema and chronic bronchitis. “Both are caused, most frequently, by...
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